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Summary

  1. Nick Matthew competing for his tenth and final British National title
  2. Four-time and reigning British champion Laura Massaro in action in women's event

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Today's schedule

    Women's quarter-finals

    12:00 GMT: Laura Massaro 3-0 Emily Whitlock (11-5, 11-6, 11-6)

    14:00 GMT: Tesni Evans 3-0 Jenny Duncalf (11-9, 11-5, 11-8)

    17:00 GMT: Alison Waters 3-0 Fiona Moverley (11-9, 11-8, 11-5)

    19:00 GMT: Sarah-Jane Perry 3-0 Millie Tomlinson (11-9, 11-2, 11-1)

    Men's quarter-finals

    13:00 GMT: Daryl Selby 3-0 Emyr Evans (11-9, 11-9, 11-8)

    15:00 GMT: James Willstrop 3-1 Richie Fallows (6-11, 11-5, 11-5, 11-7)

    18:00 GMT: Greg Lobban 0-3 Chris Simpson (8-11, 1-11, 6-11)

    20:00 GMT: Nick Matthew 3-0 Josh Masters (11-7, 11-5, 11-5)

  2. BBC coverage

    Our live coverage starts from the Quarter-finals stage and will be available online and via Connected TV.

    Friday, 16 February

    Quarter-finals

    12:00-19:00 (Connected TV and online)

    Saturday, 17 February

    Women's semi-finals

    12:00-16:00 (Connected TV and online)

    Men's semi-finals

    17:00-21:00 (Connected TV and online)

    Sunday, 18 February

    Women's Final

    15:00-17:00 (Connected TV and online)

    Men's Final

    17:00-19:00 (Connected TV and online)

  3. What is it?

    The British National Squash Championships are held annually in February at the National Squash Centre in Manchester.

    The Championships have been running since the 1970s and attract more than 400 players across 19 categories, from the men’s and women’s main draws right up to the over 80 category.

    The top male and female players from across the UK and Ireland compete to win the coveted tournament with stars such as three-time world champion Nick Matthew and World No.4 Laura Massaro taking part.

  4. Get inspired: how to get involved with Squash?

    Squash and squash 57 are highly sociable activities and with games lasting for as little as 30 minutes, hiring a court is an easy way of fitting exercise in during your lunchbreak.

    Most leisure centres let you pay and play without signing up for a membership, and courts cost around £5 per hour.

    Mini Squash is the ideal introduction to squash for children and for more advice take a look at the BBC Get Inspired guide.

    James Willstrop